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ADHD Part 2

Rob Orman, MD, Stephanie D’Augustine, MD, and Todd Flosi, MD
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How do we treat patients who have overwhelming inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity? Why, stimulants, of course!

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A lecture from past stated that there is an increased rate of traffic accidents in ADHD teens and adults. I have used this to discourage drug holidays. The NY Times article states that there is a lack of data to support this assertion. Any thoughts?

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Butts, Handshakes, Blood and T… Shaky Shoulders and ADHD Full episode audio for MD edition 197:33 min - 93 MB - M4APrimary Care RAP October 2014 Written Summary 424 KB - PDF

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